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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 23 October 1913

\"'\"f THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 23, 1913. HAPPINESS. ■Tls n o t the festal banquet board. W here free the wine's red blood is poured. ' VEI& n o t th e cup filled to -th e brim , W ith Jewels sparkling, a t the rim ■Tls not the wreath and cluster tied W ith all the: florist’s skill and pride 'Tis not 'the viol's ringing tune. Nor yet the blue sky of mid June, The leaf of bay upon the braw, Nor wealth, fame, nor passion’s 1 vow. W ith which ,of fair necessity, ' Roth Happiness keep company. ■More often ’tls the meagre drop Oh tbe cup's edge, the crumb that falls Where the full-furnished banquet palls The tangled vines that rudely stay The hurrying feet November’s gray ' The, wind-sown flowers along the way A ’ low voice and a simple rune Above the viol’s ringing tune The loose beads In the open hand, ■ R ather than pearl or diamond strand— ’Tls these know best her flitting, face, Her fleeting smiles, and wayward grace ’Tls these she makes her messengers T hat of...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 23 October 1913

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 23, -1913. gag Entered in the Fost-office at Sturgeon Bay, Wis., as second-class matter. Published Every Thursday at Sturgeon Bay, Wis. DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager/ RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. One y e a r . . . . . . . . . . . ......... $1.50 Btx m onths.. .. '.........................................75 Eour m onths. ........... 54- Two months . ...................*. .25 Single copies................................. -05 Two dollars will be charged If not paid within' the year. Sturgeon Bay, Wis., October 23, 1913. WILL LAUNCH NEW PAPER. Our neighboring city of Algoma is to have another newspaper soon, the first copy of which will henceforth be known as:“The Algoma Herald,” being due to appear the first week of next month. ' l i e publisher and owner is G. I- Mc­ Donald, a life-long resident of Algoma and one who has followed the printing business since a boy. The.Herald will be printed on a press which for many years saw service in The'Advocate p...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 23 October 1913

^ : ' \" \" ?K S Supplement to THE STTOGEON BAY ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 23,-1913 A BAO SBEJiXi. You have heard o f^ h e city of Sioux— The loveliest ever you knioux— . And the follow ing tale ' ' I am sure cannot fail To be read with, emotion by yioux. To this bustling young city of Sioux . Came a scion of Albion, trioux . .W hen the name .was pronounced In his hearing he flounced, Should be!” And he blustered and blioux. \"Now tell me, O people of Sioux,” H e shouted, “what can a man dioux A s ’tis spelled, so w e say It, . \\A nd that is the w ay it . Should be!\" And he blustered and bioux. And all through the city of Sioux That man raised a hullabullalioux . W ith madness enraged, . Like a tiger uncaged, A n d-fell upon Gentile and Jioux. A s over the city of Sioux : ' H e rushed, still the madder he grloux Till he fell In a fit, ■ i: And his soul promptly it L eft- his body— sans- further adioux. ' Then the cordiiers'jury o f Sioux Their verdict m ost solem nly drioux, “B y disease...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 23 October 1913

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 23, 1913. ! ew w »»m KMnH l|vH { t VI t Mi»frM4Wt I 1++4++1 | m m m M IHWHi t .j t i..|. MI M ttttl HI 1 1 tttttttt | THE YOUNG LOVE AN# THE OLD O, the vruuig- love was sweet, dear, ' The dalntv dreams of ours, . When we could not keep our feet, dear. From dancing through the (lowers When hopes and say romances Were thick as leaves In spring. And cares were old folks’ fancies, : - And joy the solid thing. Of nil vouth's visions blest, dear, 1 Of all its KOlden flowers. O. the.voting- love was best, dear, That dainty dream of- ours! , . O. the old love is sweet, dear, \\ ' These chill October days. . ■ i: When we tread with faltering f*et, dear, The sere and silent ways .. When earth has lost its plory, And heaven has lost its blue. And life's a sober story ... And care a comrade true, Thouph hopes no longer cheat, dear, \" And dreams have lost their sway, O, the old love is sweet dear. That gilds the autumn day! JSdectcrt p to U m u j. ” MAUDE...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 23 October 1913

THE STURGEON BAY ADVtCATE, OCTOBER 23 ig13. i i i i a :: Ladies Silk Dresses D O U B L E .T R A D IN G STAM PS EVERY DAY DURING ,QUR ANNIVER­ SARY SALE. DON'T FAIL TO ASK FOR THEM. SECO ND FLOOR D O U B L E T R A D IN G STAM PS EVERY DAY DURING OUR ANNIVER­ SARY SALE. DON’T FAIL TO ASK FOR THEM. w i a v u i a $12.95 The entire second floor has been rearranged, the toys and crockery have been removed- to the-basem ent, and the coat, and suit and millinery departm ent has been enlarged and it now occupies the entire floor, except the back part w hich: is used for rugs. . - 9 \"‘v v ' . SUIT SPECIAL, at $12.95 In ’.both W om en’s and Misses’ sizes, comes in all wool cheviots, diagonals and serges. T he coats are 32 and 34* inches long in sm art cut*a-way models, plain tailored and fancy designs, the tailoring and finish of these suits compare favora­ bly w ith that of more, expensive garm ents, all handsomely ~ “ silk lined, a t . t. ................... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . O...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 23 October 1913

T im STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE OCTOBER 23, 1913 A MYSTERIOUS DISAPPEARANCE. [Continued from. 1st page of Supplement.] • ■ , : I/was, despite my temper, rather -soft* : hearted. I began to be alarmed. ' / — ‘‘Poor old thing!'1 1' thought , “slie. ought not to travel alone. If anything has. happened to her in a strange city, it 'will be dreadful.” Then I began to cry softly to' myself ' ■ but after all, she was so queer. It might be she had stayed a t some friend’s, or a t a hotel.- - I took courage. I drove away all my . • tears. At ten o’clock I retired to bed, and the shriek of the early train awak­ ened me. But Aunt Rebecca did not come by the early train, or by any oth­ er. .At1 three o’clock th at afternoon I Bent a: small boy for my . father, and v gave myself up to despair. / My father arrived post-haste. ' 'V‘H / “What’s this about Aunt Rebecca?” ' ho said. '■ ' H o ld him. He looked grave/ and ask­ ed where she had gone. I knew the ad- : •â– dress of the intelligence of...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 23 October 1913

THE STURGEON BAY. ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 23, 1913. Building House.—Jos. F. Strok is en­ gaged in building a house-on upper Van Buren street, in the Third ward, whicn will be for renting purposes. X To Decorate Hatchery,—F. J. Strohhas been awarded the contract to decorate the interior of the ,local fish hatchery and will begin work this week. Gets Another, Wolf Bounty.—Alfona - Jensen of Gibraltar within .the week col­ lected another wolf bounty a t ' the coun­ ty clerk’s office, being the third th at he • has cashed in during a month’s,tim e. Operated on For Appendicitis.—-Arthur ■ ' Nelson was 'operated upon a t the hds-. pital on Monday, having been brought here from Ellison Bay for the purpose the day before. He is getting along nicely. . Early Spawn.—Frank Southers, super- ' ihten‘deht\"’bf- the'' local''fish'-hatchefy,, states th a t the Bpawn will begin to ap­ pear, next week quite strong, having al­ ready made a showing., He is ready to receive the eggs as fast as they arr...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 23 October 1913

u n b e l i e f . T h e re is no u n b elief W h o ev er p la n ts a seed 'n e a th th e sod, A nd w a its to see i t p u sh aw ay th e clod, T r u s ts he in God. W h o ev er say s, w hen clo u d s a re ih th e sky, ■' “B e - p a tie n t, h e a rt! lig h t b re a k e th by a n d by.\" T ru s ts in th e M ost H ig h . ' W hoever sees, ’n e a th w in te r’s snow , T h e sile n t h a rv e s t o f th e fu tu r e grow , God’s p o w er m u st know . W hoever lies dow n on h is couch to sle e p C o n ten t to lock each sen se in slu m b e r deep, ' K now s God w ill keep. •W hoever sa y s ‘’T om orrow ,\" \"T h e U n­ know n,\" . \"T h e F u tu re ,\" tr u s ts th a t p ow er alone He d a re s disow n. Trie heart that looks on when- the*eye- And dares to ‘live when life has only woes, ‘ ■ • God’s . co m fo rt knows.. There.)s no unbelief And ■ day by day, and night unconsciously The heart lives' by that faith the lips deny: . ■, God knoweth why. \" ■ i U . v i a i h i i \" j t ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 23 October 1913

4 - V . . . V, t a g SftlftQEON B A t .A D V ocifB OCTOBER23, i^ld. S V K B H D m A B S SH A D O W . .Soine' pathw ays ru n in.± he.su nny ways • A nd lcnow no dark and dreary days: T hey cHmb to happy h ills and lie . Close to the blue earth of th e sky. • i \" W hile some low in th e valley’s shade ’* Am dne the thorns and rocks are made And never sunshine conies to cheer The travelers in the pathw ay drear. ’ Th . some in shadow, some in sun. ‘ S o-has it been since tim e begun - So shall It alw ays be, w hile life .K eeps hold on happiness and strife. ,• ® ht Sometimes shall a pathw ay run . O u t of the shadow into the sun And froip th e valley some shall climb T he happy hills In God's good time. Tf in the shadow lies our way, 1 , B e brave of h ea rt look up and say: ' . ‘Somewhere, th e sun’s shining still ... ...There, .are no shadow s on the hill.\" 4 A nd We can tru s t th a t soon o r late . i ’ne tangled w ays w ill all come straigh t, And hope that, w hen th e path i...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 23 October 1913

THE STURGEON BAHl- ADVOCATE OCTOBER 23, 1913. % ■H-M-H'HH I I 1 li »11 M H H H W - IW H I I 1I I 1 1I I M i l 1 I'M'* • • • —————— Let The Next Sack You Buy Be-——————- OCCIDENT : We will refund your money unless it is BETTER I' • • than any you have ever used. With a guarantee like this you cannot loose, so why not let us send you a tri^I sack? ' It Will Sur- ■■ prise You! . '\":v We Also Carry—— DELIGHT and MOTHER’S BEST FLOURS both of which are giving excellent satisfaction : C OUR PRICES ARE REASONABLE- , WE SOLICIT A TRIAL HITCHCOCK & SON (TH E CASH STORE) and Eggs. » l 11I I 1 m i 11 I I I 11 111 11111 I t l H - I H H M i l 111 IH - H H -H $ P h o n o 5 5 . PhonoSG, D. LAWRENCE, Prop. We carry the most complete and up-to-date line of Meats in this city. Native B e e f P o rk Veal Lamb fis h S pring Chicken Oloo* Hens Baoon B O O SO (Special) Ham Oysters (SealSbipt W e ’have obtained the services of the Best Sausage Maker in this county and guarantee every pound to c...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 30 October 1913

VOL. 52. NO. 32 STURGEON BAY, WiS., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1913. LOCAL ^GENERAL MARINE NEWS Dies Aboard Ship. H. 1’, Hanson, a member of the. crew of the scliooiier .A. W. Luckey, Capt. J. P.. Jensen died suddenly aboard ship •on Saturday morning. Y. The vessel was bound from Chicago to Rapid River,. Mich., and b u d g et abreast of Two River point wfien, Hanson was sent to trim sail! While thus employed he was stricken with heart failure and fell to the deck of tRe vessel, where he expired alm ost'immediately. The ves­ sel was turned’ back and ran into Mani­ towoc, where the remains were turned over to an undertaker and prepared for shipment to the late home of the. de- ceased in Chicago, where he leaves' a wife and family- His residence was at 2448 West Division street, and he was about 53 years of age. Y Breaks le g While Fighting. .Ernest Bouchart, a wheelsman. on the. passenger steamer Sailor- Boy, suffered a broken leg on Monday afternoon while1 fighting. \\ Bouchart became i...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 30 October 1913

■ . P T H E STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, /OCTQBER 30, 1913. IN BRIEF. The 8*months,--oId infant of-E dw ard S m o lk n o f Racine wag perliap3 fatally burned when its clothes caught fire, from th e flames o f a kerosene stove. While th e m other had gone down cellar after wood. For the life of her husband,' Henry Goosen, w ho w as killed by r N orth Wegr tern railw ay passenger tra in last year M rs. Elizabeth Goosen has been aw ard­ ed a verdict of $4,050 in the circuit court' a t M arinette- The F irst German Lutheran church of Green Bay will observe its golden jubilee on Nov. 2. The ehurch was founded in 1663 and bad b u t four pastors since its organization, th e Rev. Jacob Siegrist, the present pastor, being there th irty years, .jMathew- Jonas, Jr., of Bakerville, w as iOTtijntly ,jk»ih d when struck by a w est­ bound JS^orth -Western tra in a t Mc-Mil- l « i ‘ p n ‘Thursday-. The boy w as re tu rn ­ ing to m e from a dancing p a rty and .fell asleep a t the station. The fune...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 30 October 1913

\\ I THE STUBfiSttSf BAV jtitfQCi :^ r THE STURGEON BAT a BTOCATE, OCfOBBft 30, 191J. w h o » z o v m v m a s m t _ Sim ple /t h e question, though fra u g h t w ith a m eaning •-. ,.- ■■■-\" . D eeper th a n lies on th e su rface of ■ ■ '■ speech D ally w e hear it from those who w ould : seldom ■ 1 ■Venture another’s ta ste to impeach. Yet, if tls true th a t o ur h o n o r'a n d standing On the com panions around u s depend, O /h o w im portant to each the inquiry, .Spoken so carelessly: “Who is your . / friend?” •=' , • TVho„ is your friend?” -Is he -worthy your friendship? - u p rig h t and . honest? pure-hearted * and true? Born w ith a h atred o r all , th a t is evil? Pledged all th a t's noble and good to pursue? , % W orthy the tru s t th a t,in him you’re re- - posing—' .F aithful to censure and sw ift to com­ mend? Oi , w ith w h at pleasure and pride you , can answ er ■ W hen you are questioned th u s: . “Who is your friend?\" , “Who is your friend?\...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 30 October 1913

Entered in the Post-office a t Sturgeon Bay, Wis., as second-class m atter. Published Everv Thursday at Sturgeon Bay, Wis. DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager. B a t e s o f s u b s c r i p t i o n . One y e a r . .' $1-60 Six m o n th s. ............. .75 F our m onths.................. 50 'Tw o jn o n th s ............................. 25 Single copies.................... .05 Two dollars w ill be charged If not paid w ithin the year. . Sturgeon. Bay, Wis., October 30, 1913. The sympathy of the state goes out to Milwaukee in the terrible loss she has sustained in the death while on duty of eight firemen. The calamity was caus­ ed by falling walls while the men were fighting a blase in the Goodyear Rubber Co. Trouble between the miners in Colo- ador and the owners'during the past week has resuTted in considerable blood­ shed,'several clashes 'having taken place between the armed guards and the men out of work. Eighteen people have been killed, and the .financial los8 to the .pro­ pe...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 30 October 1913

I T „ ^ ' ,*’ I. 1 __________________________ / - ‘ +*& STBRGfeON BAY .ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 30,3913. / , ’ , ' / j * / ’ V , * l ’ X LOCALJTEMS. Advertised Letter L ist—Following i3 the list of. uncalled for letters a t the lo­ cal postoffice: -Joe. Carly,'Wn). Mitch­ ell, Isaac Nickolas. •/'•\"\"•'• , ■ . ' .' Fishing Good.—The fishermen operat­ ing out of this port are enjoying a fair­ ly' good run of luck a t the present tithe, all of which is duly appreciated.' Buys . M pre: Property.—Henry Over­ beck within the week purchased ten acres of land west of the fair grounds from Peter Haen, which will be convert­ ed into :a fru it farm in th e' immediate future. ' . r ■ Shipping Sugar Beets.?—Sugar beets are being hauled front the' adjoining country districts a t the present time, six cars' having been loaded with the roots the first of the week- . The acreage plant­ ed to the crop is not a s ,large-this year as it has been in the past. Moves Away— The shooting gallery th...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 30 October 1913

oob's to n . T hou g rac e d ivine, e n c irc lin g a ll! : r A . so u n d less, sh o re le ss se a: W herein a t la s t o u r so u ls s h a ll fall,' O love o f God, m o st free! W h e n o v er dizzy ste e p s wo go, •: 'One s o ft h a n d b lin d s o u r ey es T h e o th e r le a d s u s. s a te an d slow , - O love of God, m o st w ise! And th o u g h w e tu r n 'u s fro m T h y face A nd y o n d e r w ide an d long. T hou hold’s t u s s till in th in e em brace, O love God, m o st stro n g ! T he saddened h e a rt, th e /r e s tle s s soul, 'T h e to il-w o rn fraifip a n d m ind, A lik e co n fe ss th y ,sw e et Control, O .lo v e o f God, m o st ikind! B jit n o t alo n e th y c are w e claim , O ur w a y w a rd ste p s to w in W e know th ee b y a d e a re r nam e, O love o f God, w ith in ! And filled an d quickened by th y b re a th O ur so u ls a re stro n g an d free. To rise o’e r ,'a n d fea r, an d d eath , O love o f God. to thee! /• ©uv Jcvap jVoolv. I t was time fo...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 30 October 1913

______________________________________ THE .STURGEON BAT ADVOCATE OCTOBER 30, 1913. m 'H 7 'i' SR- SSEAM SB MT LOVE. ' •M y d rea m is m y love, . -And m y lo v e Is m y dream . T K ere’s n o t in th e w o rld a lik e n e ss fo r . t h i s . , O th e r .lovers w ith n a m e s to n am e M ay lo v e th e ir loves- w ith a k iss— T h e re ’s n o th in g so com m on a s k isse s' b e tw e en .................... - - M y self a n d m y iove. 1 w een, X w een. • B u t ‘‘I lo v e m y love\" I s to o com m on a p h rase . S p eak s m an y a m an, h e a rs m an y a m aid. T h e sam e fo u r w o rd s th e w id e w o rld th ru . S h a ll I s a y w h a t a ll h a v e sa id ? T h e sam e? M y o ath , to th e s ta r s above, N o t so! T h o I sa y ,'T lo v e m y love.” S aid n e v e r so m an y tim e s th e p h ra s e T o e a rs t h a t h ear, a n d lip s t h a t sp eak , H a s n e v e r h a d m e a n in g q u ite th e sa m e .So I lo v e m y love, th o i t com m on seem Y e t I c a n n o t .n am...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 30 October 1913

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 30, 1913. ■M M 'H i m I l-frM'frM I'M I I I »l 1 H I I l l l l I II I I I I I'iHHh Do you realize that when you buy one article below cost, you are more than paying for-it on ANOTHER? Of course the merchant who has th e '“bargain sale” does not expect to lose, so he sells some things !! at re'dyced prices arid adds the difference to some- thing eise. In the end, you save .money by buying from the ■ “One Price Merchant,” who sells reliable merchahdise ! I at the lowest prices possible, considering the quality I!- of his goods. , J , . : ^ W e'are not. giving,anything away :but we A R E giving you the BEST on the market at the most reasonable' prices. A • 1 trial will convince you. , / . : (T H E C A SH STO RE) id§F“We Are Paying HIGHEST Prices For Butter arid Eggs. ' V . • / I H IiW H I l l l l l l l l 111II III 1111II I1 I'M I I I I j t l II111 P hoh& SSm P h o n o 56m Lawrence Market D LAWRENCE, Prop. We carry the most complete and up-to...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 6 November 1913

VOL. 52. NO. 33 STURGEON B£Y, WIS., THURSDAY. NOVEiYlBER 6. 1913. $1.30 A YEAR' LOCAL #GENERAL MARINE NEWS Steamer George Markham Strands. ,, The steamer George C. Markham pil­ ed, up on Dunlap reef Friday evening and although she tried valiantly to re­ lease herself, was unsuccessful. The Markham was bojxnd south with a load of lumber and evidently hugged ■ ’the light tob closely, missing the wreck that lies on the north end and strand­ ing against the rtmoy. There being no tugs in port the steamer was obliged to lay where she had brought up until the next morning. The-Great Lakes tugW . L. Mercereau happened to be sheltered at the canal while on her way to Chi­ cago from Port Huron, where she had been employed all season, and her ser­ vices were urgently called for, Not be­ ing! equipped with a line it was neces­ sary to wait until the following morning ■'before the big tug could take a hand at the wrecking job. In the meantime the tug Boutin of the Greilling fleet mad...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 6 November 1913

S ' THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 6, 1913, STATE NEWS IN BRIEF. Dane county will spend $20,000 for road oiling next year, according to High­ way Commissioner XV. H. Sommers. All improved roads in the entire county will be treated with oil next-spring. F r e t XV. Malmke, Sr., one of the old est merchants in Manitowoc, died at his home in that city on Thursday morning. Deceased was born in Germany in 1853, and came to tbi« country when a small boy. Wesley McQueen, 50 years of age, a farm hand living at Fort XVinnebago, was instantly killed a t Portage Friday when the team he was driving ran away. McQueen was thrown in front of a street car- .. George F. Johnson, 25 years old, son of Chairman Thomas L. Johnson of the town of, Aslifofd, died of lcokjaw as the result of an injury received in a corn shredder on Oct. 11, when four fingers were crushed. Maj. Oscar Chrysler, chief surgeon at the National Soldiers’ home, was instant­ ly, killed a t 3:15 o’clock XVednesday af­ terno...

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